Speech & Language Therapy

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) at Children’s Health Council help children with the following:

  • Articulation
  • Delayed language
  • Stuttering
  • Reading decoding and comprehension
  • Voice
  • Social skills
  • Motor-speech disorders, e.g, apraxia

Some evidence–based (proven) methods of speech-language therapy include: 

PROMPT used for speech disorders.  Learn more about PROMPT.  

HANEN:  It Take Two to TalkR  This program is a structured training course for parents to facilitate their child’s skill development for speech-language problems at home.  This method is often used in combination with the child’s speech-language therapy.  Its purpose is to accelerate a child’s progress by capitalizing on the daily interactions parents have with their child.  Learn more about Hanen:  It Takes Two to TalkR.

Lidcombe program is used for stuttering.  Learn more about the Lidcombe program.